February 2012 events at Goshen College

All events are open to the public and are free unless otherwise noted. Feb. 3 8 p.m.,Winter One Acts, Umble Center The one acts include “Haiku” by Katherine Snodgrass and “La Serva Padrona (The Servant Turned Mistress)” by Pergolesi. “Haiku” won the Heidemann Award at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Though severely brain-injured, Louise is at … Keep reading »

Ted & Company Theater Works coming to Goshen Feb. 8-10

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GOSHEN, Ind. – Ted & Company Theater Works is coming to Goshen from Feb. 8-10, with the help of College Mennonite Church, Just Peace Seminars, Goshen College, and Oaklawn. Ted & Co., led by Ted Swartz, are dynamic actors and musicians who are passionate about bringing thought-provoking storytelling to the stage. The group incorporates theater … Keep reading »

Goshen College students sit down with close friend of MLK to talk

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Photo by David Zwier ’12Senior Yolo Lopez-Perez talks with Dr. Vincent Harding about issues of race, multiculturalism, identity and servant leadership. >>Look at photos from all of GC’s MLK Study Day events. >>What do Goshen College students think about race? Check out this video to hear what they have to say. GOSHEN, Ind. – It’s not often that Goshen … Keep reading »

Gregg Luginbuhl Exhibit: Recent Directions

Rustic Decanter V by Gregg Luginbuhl

Reception: Sunday January 20, 2-3:30 pm, Hershberger Gallery. There will be a gallery talk following the reception.   Show Statement: The majority of the work in this exhibition will be in the ceramic medium. Approaches to this medium will include: functional and sculptural work in porcelain and stoneware; a polychrome white earthenware sculpture; a few … Keep reading »

Their love for their alma mater runs skin deep

For Daryl Groff ’83 and his daughter, Sara ’09, wearing a Goshen College T-shirt, scarf or hat isn’t enough to show how much they love their alma mater. Their love for Goshen runs skin deep — literally. Daryl and Sara both have GC tattoos.

Alumna pops up a new career rooted in Goshen’s values

Angie (Miller) Bastian '83 and her husband, Dan.

Angie (Miller) Bastian ’83 and her husband, Dan, a former teacher, have built their former garage business into Angie’s Kettle Corn, a multi-million company rooted in the values of family, treating people fairly and giving back to the community. They sell their snack food in 50 states through such retailers as Costco, Martin’s, Target and Whole Foods.

A Goshen College family tradition born of love and faith

Ella Amstutz Rohrer, seated, with family members at the 2011 Commencement. The above photo shows 11 GC graduates.

When I was growing up, an annual winter tradition for the Rohrer family was driving from eastern Ohio to Goshen to visit “the cousins” – those in the family enrolled at Goshen College. From an early age, these family trips imprinted on me that Goshen was family.